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    Quote Originally Posted by GolfePersique View Post
    Mehdi Rajabzadeh, Reza Enayati and Rasoul Khatibi. All top players with international experience.
    hahahahahahaah

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    Quote Originally Posted by BHA-ALI View Post
    Hi All,

    We (BHA) are all just as excited about this signing as you it appears. I would love for the above to happen and maybe, just maybe, the stars will align and make us all happy for ALI (my personal name for him).

    The response on both forums from both sets of fans (forgetting the idiots, mainly on NSC) is brilliant and really inspiring. Looking forward to chatting about ALI this season. Really excited now for it to begin.

    One last thing, who is your next best player we can keep an eye on?
    lmao. You opened a can of worms with this question mate.

    In terms of potential, hands down our forward Sardar Azmoun. He is in a different league of talent to Jahanbakhsh. Way more natural gifts than your new man. He enjoyed a breakout season 2 years ago in Rostov, where he excelled in the Champions League scoring against Bayern Munich in a 3-2 win for rostov (what a night that was), away at Atletico Madrid (first player to score there in something like 30 games at the time, also eventual finalists of that year), Anderlecht, Ajax (rostov destroyed something like 6-2 on aggregate), and good performances vs PSV Einhoven where he notched a couple assists. He led Rostov to an unlikely third, only a couple point behind Bayern, Athletico topped the group, PSV were last. He then followed it up in the europa league with a goal vs Sparta Prague, and a solid performance vs Man Utd Away. After major bids by the likes of Lazio and Leverkusen, Azmoun mistakenly decided to stay with his father like trainer Berdyev in Russia, and a series of mental breakdowns leading to long scoring droughts, failure to live up to hype and pressure from the previous years performances, have really hindered his development. He is still very young at 23, and playing in a very physical and defensive league where his team barely gives him one good ball every other game, but his mentality is still too weak for him to be big time right now.

    Saeid Ezatolahi
    Probably our most talented player along with sardar. A tank of midfielder, with good technique, and excellent defensive skills. Hes 6 ft 4, but quite mobile. Started out in iran, before leaving to Atletico Madrid Academy at 18, played for them in youth champions league for a couple seasons, then moved to Rostov with Azmoun. He was very solid in the champions league for them, especially against anderlecht where he was motm, and good in cameos vs PSV and Bayern. He is probably gonna get a good move this summer after he was one of our top performers in the WC, especially vs Spain where he was MOTM.

    Morteza Pouraliganji - Our best defender, and probably the best player in our national team in terms of performances. Played last couple season in Al sadd qatar, made a ton of money, got good coaching from legendary portuguese coach, Jesualdo ferreira, and really improved. Now his contract expired, and he rejected his clubs extension and other offers by qatari clubs. He has the same agent as Jahanbakhsh, and says he is definitely moving to europe this summer. We will see where he ends up.

    Milad Mohammadi. Our roadrunner of a left back, only 23, plays for Akhmat in Chechnya, Russia. The best left back in russia. Insane speed, very aggressive defender, very good offensively as well. Another who will be moving this summer as his contract expires in a year and his club want to make a big profit on him. Ton of potential.

    Saman Ghoddos
    Ex Swedish international. Only 24 years old, chose us over sweden before WC. An excellent attacking mid, winger, striker. His dribbling and shooting are fantastic, would rate him actually higher than jahanbakhsh as well. Was motm vs Arsenal for his swedish team Ostersund in Europa League, also scored vs Atletic Bilbao, PAOK, Galatasaray, Hertha Berlin. Arsene wenger called him a marvellous player, the best on the pitch technically and tactically after the first match. In the second he assisted two at the Emirates and Ostersund claimed an unlikely 2-1 win. He will definitely be on the move this summer as well. Bordeaux, Leicester, Southampton, West Ham all rumored to be interested. Nearly moved to Celta Vigo in january.

    Alireza Beiranvand


    IF you payed attention to WC, his rags to riches story was one of the most interesting. Was homeless after leaving nomadic tribe at age of 14 to pursue football, saved Ronaldo's PK, and was all around fantastic. Got Guardian's highest average rating of 9. something over the 3 games. Supposedly turned down many offers, including Torino, Sassuolo, and Besiktas this summer, to help out his team which currently have a transfer ban, until winter when he will move. His physique is simply amazing for a GK, and his long throws can go the length of the field.

    Majid Hosseini 22 year old CB, who was excellent for us in WC. Great on the ball, physical, calm. Close to transfer to Turkey, Trabzonspor (5th place team).

    Besides these guys, Ali Gholizadeh who recently moved to belgium is an exciting winger, very technical, only 23. But the ones that take the cake are Younes Delfi and Allahyar Sayyad, both from our u17 team. They were amazing in u17 WC, smashing Germany 4-0 in the process. Delfi is a tall, technical, goal scoring winger who is close to a transfer to PSV. Allahyar just turned 17, and is physically the most developed player I have seen for his age. A really unique forward, tank like. Nearly signed with Galatasaray, but decided to stay in iran for a couple more years to work in a big club with German coach Shaeffer, who seems set on developing him into an even better player, before he is shipped out to europe.


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    Quote Originally Posted by inarsenewetrust View Post
    lmao. You opened a can of worms with this question mate.

    In terms of potential, hands down our forward Sardar Azmoun. He is in a different league of talent to Jahanbakhsh. Way more natural gifts than your new man. He enjoyed a breakout season 2 years ago in Rostov, where he excelled in the Champions League scoring against Bayern Munich in a 3-2 win for rostov (what a night that was), away at Atletico Madrid (first player to score there in something like 30 games at the time, also eventual finalists of that year), Anderlecht, Ajax (rostov destroyed something like 6-2 on aggregate), and good performances vs PSV Einhoven where he notched a couple assists. He led Rostov to an unlikely third, only a couple point behind Bayern, Athletico topped the group, PSV were last. He then followed it up in the europa league with a goal vs Sparta Prague, and a solid performance vs Man Utd Away. After major bids by the likes of Lazio and Leverkusen, Azmoun mistakenly decided to stay with his father like trainer Berdyev in Russia, and a series of mental breakdowns leading to long scoring droughts, failure to live up to hype and pressure from the previous years performances, have really hindered his development. He is still very young at 23, and playing in a very physical and defensive league where his team barely gives him one good ball every other game, but his mentality is still too weak for him to be big time right now.

    Saeid Ezatolahi
    Probably our most talented player along with sardar. A tank of midfielder, with good technique, and excellent defensive skills. Hes 6 ft 4, but quite mobile. Started out in iran, before leaving to Atletico Madrid Academy at 18, played for them in youth champions league for a couple seasons, then moved to Rostov with Azmoun. He was very solid in the champions league for them, especially against anderlecht where he was motm, and good in cameos vs PSV and Bayern. He is probably gonna get a good move this summer after he was one of our top performers in the WC, especially vs Spain where he was MOTM.

    Morteza Pouraliganji - Our best defender, and probably the best player in our national team in terms of performances. Played last couple season in Al sadd qatar, made a ton of money, got good coaching from legendary portuguese coach, Jesualdo ferreira, and really improved. Now his contract expired, and he rejected his clubs extension and other offers by qatari clubs. He has the same agent as Jahanbakhsh, and says he is definitely moving to europe this summer. We will see where he ends up.

    Milad Mohammadi. Our roadrunner of a left back, only 23, plays for Akhmat in Chechnya, Russia. The best left back in russia. Insane speed, very aggressive defender, very good offensively as well. Another who will be moving this summer as his contract expires in a year and his club want to make a big profit on him. Ton of potential.

    Saman Ghoddos
    Ex Swedish international. Only 24 years old, chose us over sweden before WC. An excellent attacking mid, winger, striker. His dribbling and shooting are fantastic, would rate him actually higher than jahanbakhsh as well. Was motm vs Arsenal for his swedish team Ostersund in Europa League, also scored vs Atletic Bilbao, PAOK, Galatasaray, Hertha Berlin. Arsene wenger called him a marvellous player, the best on the pitch technically and tactically after the first match. In the second he assisted two at the Emirates and Ostersund claimed an unlikely 2-1 win. He will definitely be on the move this summer as well. Bordeaux, Leicester, Southampton, West Ham all rumored to be interested. Nearly moved to Celta Vigo in january.

    Alireza Beiranvand


    IF you payed attention to WC, his rags to riches story was one of the most interesting. Was homeless after leaving nomadic tribe at age of 14 to pursue football, saved Ronaldo's PK, and was all around fantastic. Got Guardian's highest average rating of 9. something over the 3 games. Supposedly turned down many offers, including Torino, Sassuolo, and Besiktas this summer, to help out his team which currently have a transfer ban, until winter when he will move. His physique is simply amazing for a GK, and his long throws can go the length of the field.

    Majid Hosseini 22 year old CB, who was excellent for us in WC. Great on the ball, physical, calm. Close to transfer to Turkey, Trabzonspor (5th place team).

    Besides these guys, Ali Gholizadeh who recently moved to belgium is an exciting winger, very technical, only 23. But the ones that take the cake are Younes Delfi and Allahyar Sayyad, both from our u17 team. They were amazing in u17 WC, smashing Germany 4-0 in the process. Delfi is a tall, technical, goal scoring winger who is close to a transfer to PSV. Allahyar just turned 17, and is physically the most developed player I have seen for his age. A really unique forward, tank like. Nearly signed with Galatasaray, but decided to stay in iran for a couple more years to work in a big club with German coach Shaeffer, who seems set on developing him into an even better player, before he is shipped out to europe.
    I agree 100% ^

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    Quote Originally Posted by inarsenewetrust View Post
    lmao. You opened a can of worms with this question mate.

    In terms of potential, hands down our forward Sardar Azmoun. He is in a different league of talent to Jahanbakhsh. Way more natural gifts than your new man. He enjoyed a breakout season 2 years ago in Rostov, where he excelled in the Champions League scoring against Bayern Munich in a 3-2 win for rostov (what a night that was), away at Atletico Madrid (first player to score there in something like 30 games at the time, also eventual finalists of that year), Anderlecht, Ajax (rostov destroyed something like 6-2 on aggregate), and good performances vs PSV Einhoven where he notched a couple assists. He led Rostov to an unlikely third, only a couple point behind Bayern, Athletico topped the group, PSV were last. He then followed it up in the europa league with a goal vs Sparta Prague, and a solid performance vs Man Utd Away. After major bids by the likes of Lazio and Leverkusen, Azmoun mistakenly decided to stay with his father like trainer Berdyev in Russia, and a series of mental breakdowns leading to long scoring droughts, failure to live up to hype and pressure from the previous years performances, have really hindered his development. He is still very young at 23, and playing in a very physical and defensive league where his team barely gives him one good ball every other game, but his mentality is still too weak for him to be big time right now.

    Saeid Ezatolahi
    Probably our most talented player along with sardar. A tank of midfielder, with good technique, and excellent defensive skills. Hes 6 ft 4, but quite mobile. Started out in iran, before leaving to Atletico Madrid Academy at 18, played for them in youth champions league for a couple seasons, then moved to Rostov with Azmoun. He was very solid in the champions league for them, especially against anderlecht where he was motm, and good in cameos vs PSV and Bayern. He is probably gonna get a good move this summer after he was one of our top performers in the WC, especially vs Spain where he was MOTM.

    Morteza Pouraliganji - Our best defender, and probably the best player in our national team in terms of performances. Played last couple season in Al sadd qatar, made a ton of money, got good coaching from legendary portuguese coach, Jesualdo ferreira, and really improved. Now his contract expired, and he rejected his clubs extension and other offers by qatari clubs. He has the same agent as Jahanbakhsh, and says he is definitely moving to europe this summer. We will see where he ends up.

    Milad Mohammadi. Our roadrunner of a left back, only 23, plays for Akhmat in Chechnya, Russia. The best left back in russia. Insane speed, very aggressive defender, very good offensively as well. Another who will be moving this summer as his contract expires in a year and his club want to make a big profit on him. Ton of potential.

    Saman Ghoddos
    Ex Swedish international. Only 24 years old, chose us over sweden before WC. An excellent attacking mid, winger, striker. His dribbling and shooting are fantastic, would rate him actually higher than jahanbakhsh as well. Was motm vs Arsenal for his swedish team Ostersund in Europa League, also scored vs Atletic Bilbao, PAOK, Galatasaray, Hertha Berlin. Arsene wenger called him a marvellous player, the best on the pitch technically and tactically after the first match. In the second he assisted two at the Emirates and Ostersund claimed an unlikely 2-1 win. He will definitely be on the move this summer as well. Bordeaux, Leicester, Southampton, West Ham all rumored to be interested. Nearly moved to Celta Vigo in january.

    Alireza Beiranvand


    IF you payed attention to WC, his rags to riches story was one of the most interesting. Was homeless after leaving nomadic tribe at age of 14 to pursue football, saved Ronaldo's PK, and was all around fantastic. Got Guardian's highest average rating of 9. something over the 3 games. Supposedly turned down many offers, including Torino, Sassuolo, and Besiktas this summer, to help out his team which currently have a transfer ban, until winter when he will move. His physique is simply amazing for a GK, and his long throws can go the length of the field.

    Majid Hosseini 22 year old CB, who was excellent for us in WC. Great on the ball, physical, calm. Close to transfer to Turkey, Trabzonspor (5th place team).

    Besides these guys, Ali Gholizadeh who recently moved to belgium is an exciting winger, very technical, only 23. But the ones that take the cake are Younes Delfi and Allahyar Sayyad, both from our u17 team. They were amazing in u17 WC, smashing Germany 4-0 in the process. Delfi is a tall, technical, goal scoring winger who is close to a transfer to PSV. Allahyar just turned 17, and is physically the most developed player I have seen for his age. A really unique forward, tank like. Nearly signed with Galatasaray, but decided to stay in iran for a couple more years to work in a big club with German coach Shaeffer, who seems set on developing him into an even better player, before he is shipped out to europe.
    Shekari?

    Long Live 3 Rang'e Iran

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Realist View Post
    Shekari?
    Also Taha!

    BTW AWESOME WRITEUP MATE!

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    lol jahanbakhsh belakhare raft ye ja kami koskhol shodim

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    Guys, I hate to ask a sensitive question, but I’m just wondering how the dynamics are gonna work with two Israelis on the team as well?
    I know the players are all above this, but will the government give him a hard time? Any backlash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarsal Claw View Post
    Guys, I hate to ask a sensitive question, but I’m just wondering how the dynamics are gonna work with two Israelis on the team as well?
    I know the players are all above this, but will the government give him a hard time? Any backlash?
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    if this stupid point comes up again...

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    Can someone translate this please: it's dutch!

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    They have only two players in EPL and both play for Brighton lol

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